Inspect a multi-component assembly.
Identify manufacturing methods.
Practice how to reverse engineer for design intent.
Create a Generative Design Outcome.
Designing a product is only part of the process. Now, can that product be manufactured? In many cases the end product is made up of an assembly of different pieces to simplify manufacturing. With generative design and additive manufacturing, we can now take a different approach to the process of designing and producing complex products by ultimately reducing the number of parts and steps in an assembly while optimizing a design for strength and weight reduction.
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Review and Analyze a Complex Assembly
In Week 1, we’ll cover the exploration of a complex design created as an assembly of multiple components to identify improvements and compile information to build a generative design.
Set up a Generative Study
In Week 2, we’ll talk about setting up an unrestricted generative design study for multiple materials.
Select and Post Process an Outcome to Finalize a Design
In Week 3, we’ll focus on the post process tools needed after a generative outcome is created. We focus on the tools and features needed to clean up a design to ultimately get it ready for production.
Beneficial Knowledge for Working with Generative Designs
In Week 4, we’ll cover additional tools that benefit Generative Designs, but don’t apply to every case. We have covered a lot of information utilizing different workflows and use cases for Generative Design. Now we're going to focus additional energy to explore validation tools and some additional post processing tips.